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Daniel Tilton 05 December 2018
Interesting website. I found my way here after tracing my family tree as far back as Sir Digby.


Pharmd7 13 November 2018
Hello!


Pharmc285 10 November 2018
Hello!


Smithb495 09 November 2018
I like what you guys are up too. Such smart work and reporting! Carry on the excellent works guys Ive incorporated you guys to my blogroll. I think it'll improve the value of my website eccekbekefdaedek


Palmer ancestors 29 October 2018
lest we forget
CYRIL PALMER -died Rippon Military hospital - January 2018
And also remembering with other brave men from Tilton on the Hill who gave their lives for King and Country and subsequent ansectors of which I am one.
The sorrow felt and horror of war must have been unimaginable for those involved
LEST we FORGET in this centenary anniversary of the end of this conflict.


Anonymous 05 October 2018
Passion the website-- very individual friendly and great deals to see!


Sheila Soar 16 September 2018
Thank you so much for all the hard work you have put in. I visited tilton on the hill earlier this year when I started to try and trace my fathers side of my family whom I was told came from Tilton on the hill indeed they did all of theand there are plenty of Palmers which was my grandmothers maiden name she was born at Tilton to Dennis Palmer and Annie Aldgate from Oadby She often used to talk about Tilton on the hill, her mother died when she was 12 and she lived with her grandmother in a house she said was round in shape. Don’t know if it’s still there the only description I can find is they lived at :a cottage : it was sad to see that in 2018 that one of my ancestors C Palmer who would have been a cousin of hers was killed in WW1 - she talked of a ‘ forbidden love ‘ a cousin who died perhaps this was my grandmas mystery beau sadly we will never know but how lovely to speculate.
This web page must have taken you hours and hours. Thank you so very much I have found one branch of my family in one fell swoop,




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